Titanium

Ti-6Al-2Sn-4Zr-6Mo

Ti6-2-4-6 is a heat treated alpha-beta titanium alloy for which you can get higher properties than TA6V. Its strengths are a better resistance, a low cycle fatigue and a good ductility. It can resist to tempratures up to 450°C. This metal is mainly used for turbines, discs or blades.

Key benefits
  • Low elasticity modulus
  • Low density/weight ratio
  • Fatigue resistance
Standards
  • MIL F - 83142A Comp 11 Frg Amin
  • MIL F - 8314 Comp 11 Frg Ht
  • MIL T - 9047G
Forms available in stock
Diameter
  • 12 mm to 150 mm
Length
  • 3000 mm approx.
Thickness
  • 1,6 mm to 40 mm
Standards
  • AMS 4981B
Forms available in stock
Diameter
  • 12 mm to 150 mm
Length
  • 3000 mm approx.
Thickness
  • 1,6 mm to 40 mm

Chemical composition

Reference standard : AMS 4981
Al
  • 5,5% min
  • 6,5% max
C
  • 0% min
  • 0,04% max
Sn
  • 1,75% min
  • 2,25% max
N
  • 0% min
  • 0,04% max
Zr
  • 3,5% min
  • 4,5% max
H
  • 0% min
  • 0,0125% max
Mo
  • 5,5% min
  • 6,5% max
Cu
  • 0% min
  • 0,5% max
Fe
  • 0% min
  • 0,15% max
O
  • 0% min
  • 0,15% max
Ti
  • Balance
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Mechanical properties

Rm (Mpa)
1034
Rp 0,2 (Mpa)
965
Density (g/cm3)
4,64
A (%)
6
Z%
15